A bit of empathy and understanding from good mates while I kick my own ass back into gear is what i need.. But i’ll pass on the cup of concrete to “toughen up” though. Continue reading When the comments about depression are depressing
Time to get swiping, grinding, woofing and.. who knows what mischief that might lead to 😉 Continue reading Online Dating: Swiped – dating, relationships and sex in the social media age.
The conversation started when one of my Facebook friends asked a question.. “My question here, probably selfishly as I run a business, is how to translate social media to that personal touch many customers need. Like most I scout online, … Continue reading What is “The Personal Touch”?
The future of social media is about being Real, Bold and Defined. Continue reading The Future of Social Media is about being Real, Bold and Defined
The Bearded Chap is quality beard care with a uniquely Australian twist. Continue reading Good Beard Game with The Bearded Chap
To be honest I almost didn’t publish this post, but I would be cheating myself if I didn’t, so let’s get 2017 rolling. I never make new years resolutions, they’re basically grandiose wishes with no plan. Instead I give each … Continue reading Yearly Themes are Better than Resolutions – Experience the Difference
As an ice cream addict a good health and fitness routine is not only important, it’s essential. Even if hitting the gym and making (mostly) good food choices is just about absolving me of the “guilt” that comes with regularly smashing my way through pints of Clusterfluff. But summer is coming, so I figured it was time to put the spoon down and get ready to slip on the sluggers at Nth Bondi. I wasn’t going to tackle the task alone though so I with the … Continue reading As the ancient proverb says.. “I don’t exercise to be healthy, I do it to look hot as fuck naked”
Yesterday I went abseiling to raise awareness for The David Martin Foundation, an organisation that supports young people recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. Well I tried to anyway. As I stood on the edge the building, 33 stories and 135 metres high, overlooking Sydney’s Darling Harbour on a stunningly beautiful day, fear took over and I froze. I was incredibly disappointed as I’d been looking forward to the abseil, not just because of the great cause it was in aid of, but because of the challenge it presented. To crawl back over the railing defeated was a little heart … Continue reading What I learned from the Fear of Abseiling
When I was in my early 20’s I was a gogo dancer in a few bars around Sydney. As I’m about to hit 40 I’ve found myself reliving my youth, breaking out my gogo boots again for a couple of … Continue reading 5 Life Lessons from a gogo dancer
I fucking hate New Years Resolutions. They’re well intended declarations but mostly, they’re just wild “one day I’ll do it” hopes and dreams. Aspirations usually forgotten before the midnight Veuve is empty… for that reason alone, they suck. Instead of pronouncing … Continue reading New Years Resolutions? Fuck No, I’m themeing my year with Change
Last week one of my best friends died. I feel I let him down. I feel I should have done more. Today we held his final party. With his mum I wrote his story. I read this Eulogy to friends … Continue reading Operation Ginger Send off: The life and misadventures of Shane Wilson
Howdy Toasters, There are some places that are iconic to their cities, they’re just part of culture and you can’t imagine a world without it. Opening in 1954 Pellegrini’s Espresso Bar delivered Melbourne’s first espresso machine, paving the way for our … Continue reading Pellegrini’s Espresso Bar